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3 RV Parks near Neihart, Montana
May 2008 - $10.00
This is a small US Forest Service roadside campground in the Lewis and Clark National Forest on US 89 4.5 miles north of Neihart. Using a little care, we could get in with our 41' rig, and most of the six sites were long enough for the motorhome and the toad. There was virtually no traffic on Highway 89, so it was very quiet. All six spaces are back-ins. There is one sparkling clean vault toilet and a hand-pump well for water. No trash container in the campground, so you need to pack out what you bring in. No cell service in that area. A very pleasant little place. - Denali
Sep 2016 - $5.00
This is a great National Forest Service (NFS) campground in the Lewis and Clark forest in the Belt Mountains at about 7500' elevation. The campground has sites for medium to large travel trailers and fifth wheels, and although the interior road isn't super wide, it's easily navigated. It's a more rudimentary NFS campground with only a concrete vault toilet (didn't use) and a hand pump water source (unthreaded), and the water was a bit cloudy. The campground does have a host.
We stayed here Memorial weekend, which saw a big storm come through and drop a few inches of snow at about 500' higher than this campground and rained heavily while we were here. We still got out and hiked the very nice trails in the beautiful forest around the campground. The forest has small diameter pines with a green forest floor, but few bushes, giving a wonderful green room effect. There is a sweet stream that runs through the area which separates the campground from the road. - jclifton
Jun 2009 - $10.00
This national forest campground is worth a visit if you have a smaller camper unit. I was able to back into a site with my 25 ft fifth wheel. Pit toilets and manual pump water. But modest price ($5 if you have a golden age passport). Relatively quiet with creek nearby to drown the occasional truck driving by. High altitude means cool nights and lots of trees scents the air. - Larry J
Jul 2012 - $34.00
This park is quaint and rustic and a good spot for small RVs and tents. Their idea of a big-rig spot is the road next to their building. Laundry room was filthy and 2 of 4 driers were out of order. Owners have only been in business one year. Park needs much grooming, trimming, etc. We would not likely stay again. - Ramblin' Duo
Jul 2012 - $35.00
Ok for an overnight, but would look elsewhere if possible. Full hookups have no shade. Partial hookups are shaded. While the owners/managers are friendly, there are a fair amount of long term stays in this park, with their trailers in various states of (dis)repair. Clean laundry room is a plus. The train is definitely loud and close. - Maltaman
Jul 2012 - $30.00
This campground was neat and tidy, the owners helpful and friendly, washrooms clean, sites spacious. We had some difficulty (our own fault) parking in our assigned site. The owner was very accommodating in getting us situated. Quiet and peaceful - a wonderful, relaxing place to stay. - Peg-Garry